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Looks a little tight in the waist with too much flaring. May be just the photo!

I have a jacket that looks and fits exactly the same. While the flair is a bit dramatic, I always put it down to a more youthful look and get on with it. If it could be easily fixed, then I'd probably make the change, but in the wild people rarely pick up on that detail.

Citan is it by any chance a cashmere/wool Chester Barrie?
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Citan, I have always thought your best looks were the cardigan/sport coat combinations - would love to see more of them.

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I apologize for the terrible lighting and quality of the picture, I had to use my macbook as my cell phone is dead...awaiting a replacement.
In retrospect a brown cardigan would have been better but I wore the jacket mainly as outerwear today and took it off indoors. I am wearing jeans (dark resin wash) and brown AE wingtip boots.
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My brother from another litter has started a Menswear blog. I highly recommend you checking him out for some tips on casual done RIGHT.

http://mensweardog.tumblr.com/
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My brother from another litter has started a Menswear blog. I highly recommend you checking him out for some tips on casual done RIGHT.

http://mensweardog.tumblr.com/


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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

Looks a little tight in the waist with too much flaring. May be just the photo!

it is just the picture, here is another to give you an example. Again, sorry no cell phone.
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Originally Posted by Blackhood View Post

I have a jacket that looks and fits exactly the same. While the flair is a bit dramatic, I always put it down to a more youthful look and get on with it. If it could be easily fixed, then I'd probably make the change, but in the wild people rarely pick up on that detail.

Citan is it by any chance a cashmere/wool Chester Barrie?

If you are referring to the SC it is several notches below, it is a BB Fitzgerald in Harris Tweed. Thanks!

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Originally Posted by PiCcolocV View Post

Citan, I have always thought your best looks were the cardigan/sport coat combinations - would love to see more of them.

Thank you, it is one of my favs as well but it is not appreciated by some. Different strokes.

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My brother from another litter has started a Menswear blog. I highly recommend you checking him out for some tips on casual done RIGHT.

http://mensweardog.tumblr.com/

very cute
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Awesome bootz
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Chris, in general I don't like the look of jeans tucked into boots, but in this case it obviously serves a purpose, so that is perfectly fine.
What I am interested in, how are the boots constructed to not let water penetrate to the inside?
Edited by Louis XIV - 1/30/13 at 7:07am
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Thanks, and agree.
I very rarely tuck my jeans into boots as I think it looks douchy but these boots are unlike any other boot I've ever had. That includes army boots.
These are lined with a breathable, waterproof membrane.
My guess is they are also bullet proof.
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coat looking great, crat.
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new SC. feeling WAY out of my element. colors best represented in second pic.

uber phail?




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Nope, I like it. : )
Lighter trousers might be better though. Grey flannel or faded jeans.
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thanks, crat! ill try the gray next time, and i could use some lighter blue chinos. these are my only pair at present.
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^stichy is that a chino sportcoat? I think you did a good job of matching the shirt, though I think an oxford stripe would add a bit of texture and movement. However, I think the pants are a bit dark for it. In particular, I give you kudos for trying to pull of this look in the dead of winter as I feel a chino jacket looks best with light colored trousers, colored chinos, or faded jeans. Just my 2 cents.
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